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It's easy to "serve" when you're getting praise 
3rd-May-2006 09:20 am
I find it curious that in our testimonies, we were never able to mention the work of others in our lives unless they were UBF members. Continued in comments...
3rd-May-2006 10:53 pm (UTC)
I will always be indebted to her for her labor of love.

I think that sentence summaries very well the goal that UBF leaders want to reach, and shows how good they reached it in this case. They want the members to be for ever indebted to them and the organization, because they "loved them so much" and "bore with them". Peter Chang in Bonn is an extreme example. Though (or because?) he spritiually abuses people most extremely, they believe his is their real father, he loved them so much, and they owe him everything. Then these people give everything, their money, labor and time, to the leader. These leaders invest a little bit "love" (i.e. skillful manipulation), and then they demand "now you owe me". Nick once wrote about this "now you owe me" mentality of the UBF leaders.
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